Just because your degree is in a specific field, it doesn't mean the same for your career. Check out Bernard who majored in HR but now works in Marketing.
Bees help pollinate a third of everything we eat but their numbers are rapidly declining. That’s why we work with our suppliers and their farmers to preserve habitats. It’s also why Agnieszka Przybyl, from our Katowice office in Poland, has been busy on the roof. Read more...
Its important to be passionate about your job, as well as the company. Our team in the Nordics recently had an ice cream tasting session to keep up to date with some new ranges. A great way to get the team together and eat some tasty treats all in the name of research!
Your major is never going to limit how you'll start and grow a purpose-led career at Unilever. Find out how you can add your unique touch in building a better business and better world with us, regardless of your academic background:
It's been super hot in London this week. We received a tweet from the team in Westminster who needed some delicious Walls ice cream, so we packed up our cool bags and made a special delivery!
Every year we host Unilever Future Leader's League which is a dynamic marketing competition that brings together students from all over the world who want to experience what tomorrow’s leadership is all about. Here are this year's highlights...
As part of our #Pride celebrations, we lit up our Global HQ! We believe that only by creating an inclusive environment can our people thrive and perform to their very best.
At Unilever, we believe #YouCanBeAnything - especially when it comes to breaking out of stereotyped gender roles. We've teamed up with Barbie to encourage young girls to dream big when it comes to their future careers. See more on LinkedIn...
Purpose pays – for people, the planet and business. That’s why, in the future, every Unilever brand with be a brand with purpose. Read more on LinkedIn:
At Unilever, our wellbeing programmes are vital in ensuring our workforce is well-taken care of. It’s also a critical element across our business - the estimated cost of poor mental health to the global economy by 2030 is $6T. “We want everyone at Unilever to be just one conversation, one phone call or one click away from mental health support,” says Chief HR Officer, Leena Nair.
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